Duncan Tappy

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Keep up with Duncan by reading the latest news stories about him:

Autosport: Tappy beats Martin for Assen win

Duncan Tappy won his first-ever Superleague Formula race in the second event at Assen on Sunday afternoon. Briton Tappy, driving for Japan in the Nations Cup, outbraked Australia’s John Martin into Turn 1 with four laps to go to snatch the win. Read on here.

Superleague website: Duncan Tappy bounces back to take incredible race 2 win

After missing all of practice on Friday with a gearbox issue and then qualifying at the very back of the grid on Saturday, Duncan Tappy (Japan) scored an incredible victory in the second race of the Superleague Formula Nations Cup’s visit to Assen. Read on here.

AutoGP website: DAMS to defend Auto GP title in 2011

Jean-Paul Driot: “We clinched a great 1-2-3 in the championship, also thanks to great performances and consistency from Tappy. So there’s not much more to say, it couldn’t be better than that. That’s why I want to say thank you to all the guys in the team. They delivered a top-notch job at each race, they really deserve to be praised for this.” Read on here.

Superleague website – Tappy keeps podium record intact

Duncan Tappy kept alive his record of finishing on the podium in every Superleague Formula round he’s raced in this season with third place finishes in both race 2 and the Super Final at Brands Hatch. Read on here.

Auto GP website – Tappy: I believe in my title chances

Duncan Tappy definitely is among the Auto GP title contenders. With a very good weekend in Magny-Cours, worth a 2nd place in Race 1 and a 4th place in the second race, he climbed to P3 in the overall standings, 8 points adrift from series leader Piscopo. And with 2 full events to go the gap is far from overwhelming. Read on here.

Auto GP website – Tappy: “The next step is a win”

Duncan Tappy is definitely the driver to watch for the next Auto GP events. The Brit’s performances have steadily improved in the first two series events: in the first race in Brno he was fifth, while in Imola he was fourth in Race 1 and 3rd in Race 2. The higher step of the podium gets closer and closer for him, and keeping this momentum a race win should come early. Read on here…

Formula Two website: Duncan Tappy targets F2 drive this season

Duncan Tappy believes he can be a contender for the title this season, as the British racer looks to graduate to the 2010 FIA Formula Two Championship. Read on here…

Racing4Charity.com: Brabham’s Celebrity Karting Challenge lights up Autosport International

The first ever Celebrity Karting Challenge hosted in the Autosport International Live Action Arena at the NEC Birmingham raised nearly £60,000 for charity – and Duncan Tappy’s team, already defending champions, won the event. Read on here…

Brits on Pole: Charity champions retain celebrity karting crown

A star-filled charity karting race featuring celebrity drivers and ordinary members of the public was settled at the final corner as the team led by Duncan Tappy took victory for the third time in four years. Read more here…

Autosport: Shooting for F1

In this article published in Autosport, Duncan was selected as one of 10 UK racing drivers with the best chance of succeeding in their pursuit of Formula 1. Read more here…

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